The Fogelman College of Business and Economics named to The Princeton Review's 2017 list of "Top 25 Online MBA Programs"

The University of Memphis' Fogelman College of Business and Economics has earned a spot for the second consecutive year on The Princeton Review's list of "Top 25 Online MBA Programs" for 2017.

Among other schools listed were the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Indiana University, Arizona State University, University of Florida, Auburn University, and more.

The results of this ranking are based on both surveys of administrators at the schools and of students enrolled in the schools' Online MBAs.

"We are both honored and proud to be named as one of the 'Top 25 Online MBA Programs' in the country," said Dr. Rajiv Grover, dean of Fogelman College. "The Fogelman College of Business works diligently to maximize the value our students receive with their education. Our Online MBA program is fully accredited and provides a relevant education in a flexible format in order to cater to the needs of people in full-time careers and people with busy schedules."

"As a working professional, it was important that I selected a program that is recognized nationally and is ranked amongst other great schools. The Fogelman College of Business and Economics' Online MBA Program has afforded me the opportunity to develop my business knowledge for immediate application within my career field. The flexibility in which this program provides has allowed me to create a great work-life balance," said Robert Massey, current FCBE Online MBA student."